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MTV2 Headbangers Ball, Vol. 2
0. DISC 1: MTV2 HEADBANGER'S BALL, VOLUME 2:
1. Duality - Slipknot
2. Right Now - Korn
3. Rose of Sharyn - Killswitch Engage
4. Kick the Chair - Megadeth
5. Right Side of the Bed - Atreyu
6. Step Up - Drowning Pool
7. Weak and Powerless - A Perfect Circle
8. What Drives the Weak - Shadows Fall
9. Imperium - Machine Head
10. Waiting for the Turning Point - Superjoint Ritual
11. Into the Darkness - Kittie
12. Your Sweet Six Six Six - Him & Her
13. Unholy Confessions - Avenged Sevenfold
14. Laid to Rest - Lamb of God
15. Prophecy - Soulfly
16. House of Doom - Black Label Society
17. Breathing New Life - Damageplan
18. Quiet Place, The - In Flames
19. Archetype - Fear Factory
20. My Tortured Soul - Probot (previously unreleased, live)
0. DISC 2: MTV2 HEADBANGER'S BALL, VOLUME 2:
1. Medusa and Hemlock - Cradle of Filth
2. Great Dividers, The - Unearth
3. Antihero - God Forbid
4. We Bury Our Dead at Dawn - The Agony Scene
5. Needled 24/7 - Children of Bodom
6. Love Lost in a Hale of Gunfire - Bleeding Through
7. Like Light to the Flies - Trivium
8. Fuel for Hatred - Satyricon
9. Rain to the Sound of Panic - Himsa
10. Deadly Sinners - 3 Inches of Blood
11. Contagion - The Black Dahlia Murder
12. I Been Gone a Long Time - Every Time I Die
13. She Speaks to Me - Blood Has Been Shed
14. Waiting for the Heavens - Eighteen Visions
15. Scars of the Crucifix - Deicide
16. Deepest Gray, The - All That Remains
17. Venus Complex - Twelve Tribes
18. Panasonic Youth - The Dillinger Escape Plan
19. American Hollow - Martyr AD
20. Progenies of the Great Apocalypse - Dimmu Borgir
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 618256
Cradle Of Filth; Daniel Bergstrand; Joel Johns; Dave Fortman; Dave Mustaine; Dimebag Darrell; Dimmu Borgir; Eric Rachel; Fear Factory; Zuess; Frank Filipetti; Fred Archambault; Fredrik Nordstrom; GGGarth; Satyr; Jeff Balding; Adam Dutkiewicz; John Fryer; Jonathan Davis; Korn; Max Cavalera; Mike Hasty; Mudrock; Neil Kernon; Patrick Lachman; Anssi Kippo; Rick Rubin; Robert Flynn; Sterling Winfield; Steve Carter; Steve Evetts; Steve Thompson; Superjoint Ritual; The Black Dahlia Murder; The Dillinger Escape Plan; Trivium; Twelve Tribes; Ulrich Wild; Vinnie Paul; Zakk Wylde; Billy Howerdel; Rob Caggiano; Ian Whalen; Blood Has Been Shed; Johnny K; Dallas Coyle; Doc Coyle
Personnel: Eric Wagner (vocals); Scott "Wino" Weinrich (guitar); Dave Grohl (drums).
Audio Mixers: Colin Richardson; Critter; Daniel Bergstrand; Dave Fortman ; Eric Rachel; Zeuss; Frank Filipetti; Fredrik Nordstrm ; Greg Fidelman; Greg Reely; Himsa; Orjan Ornkloo; Satyr; Jason Suecof; Jeff Balding; Adam Dutkiewicz; John Fryer; Matt Hyde ; Mikko Karmila; Mudrock ; Anders Fridn; Neil Kernon; Andy Sneap; Andy Wallace; Randy Staub ; Steve Carter; Steve Evetts; Steve Thompson ; Terry Date; Todd Fitzgerald; Ulrich Wild; Barry Conley; Zakk Wylde; Ben Grosse; Dani Filth; Josh Wilbur; Machine.
Recording information: MTV Studios (01/28/2004).
This second installment of MTV's HEADBANGERS BALL compilation series features a daunting 40 tracks that splinter off into numerous jagged branches of the metal tree circa 2004. Iowan ensemble Slipknot kicks things off with the riff-loaded yet surprisingly melodic "Duality," revealing (along with their peers Korn) that the rap aspect of nu metal has essentially been buried. The metal-core sub-genre makes a strong showing with tracks by Killswitch Engage ("Rose of Sharyn") and Eighteen Visions ("Waiting for the Heavens"), while European acts are well represented by the glam-goth of Finland's HIM ("Your Sweet Six Six Six") and the dynamic attack of the Swedish band In Flames ("The Quiet Place"). Elsewhere, Megadeth's Dave Mustaine shows the youngsters how it's done on his band's blistering "Kick the Chair." The true highlight of the double-disc set, however, is the Black Sabbath-inspired "My Tortured Soul," a rare live performance by Foo Fighter Dave Grohl's Probot project, featuring Trouble's Eric Wagner. Harking back to early-1980s metal, this song effectively provides a bridge from that era to the heavy rock of the 21st century.
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